A Gun Guy’s Life Phases
Growing In Both Hobby And Sport
Recently I sold a handgun in my possession for more than 43 years. It was a Smith & Wesson (pre-Model 29) .44 Magnum. Why let something like that go? Because it hadn’t been fired in many years. Its primary purpose in my youth had been as a sidearm when much of my horseback activities were in the grizzly bear habitat north of Yellowstone National Park. A good friend who will actively use that big revolver wanted it and the realization finally dawned on me the phase of my life into which it fit was over. I would never roam around the mountains of Montana on horseback again. That handgun went to a better home than I was giving it.
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